Parenting means constantly being on the run and telling your children what they can and cannot do. In this endless saga of telling our kids not to have too much chocolate or to not play with mud, we often overlook other pressing issues that may seem trivial. One of these is video games.
As a parent, it’s our responsibility to keep tabs on our child and their activities. This enables us to understand what paths they’re choosing to head toward and how we can facilitate them to make better life choices for them.
Children, at various stages of growth, go through various changes, many of which are hormonal; many others are learned behavior. According to Psychology Today, children in early adolescence (aged between 9 and 13) go through a “separation” phase which propels them into adulthood.
Parents of all classes, all races, and all nationalities have it in common to worry for the well-being of their children. They’re always at pains to establish where their children are at any given moment, for which of course they’d need to tail their children wherever they go.
Although harmful games have existed ever since people starting developing games (there’s no shortage of twisted minds in the world), people have only just begun to notice. The worldwide scare was triggered by the reports of probably the world’s most infamous smart phone game: The Blue Whale Challenge. How the Blue Whale Blew Wails When […]
Your child could be taking a selfie with the phone you handed them. They could be texting a friend, discussing homework. They could be playing the hardest level Candy Crush has to offer. Or they could be talking to a complete stranger on social media, getting goaded into meeting this stranger in a secluded area. […]
Children all over the world carry mobile phones in their pockets. A tool used for communication, socialization, and more, one can hardly be expected to survive without them. But while smartphones enable you to contact your child whenever the need arises, there are issues which accompany a smartphone. These issues amplify and turn into even […]
A male elephant stays with its herd for around 13 to 14 years, and leaves on the onset of puberty. From then on, it’s on its own. A lion cub when it grows to three years old leaves the pride and wanders off to build a pack anew. It’s on its own. A bald eagle […]
Critics of parents using tracking apps accuse them of invading their child’s privacy, but the truth is, these apps can be extremely crucial in assessing your child’s mental health. Prevents Children from Cyberbullying Remember the notorious Blue Whale Game that took the world by a storm last year? The online game resulted in an alarming increase […]